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"Hope” is the thing with feathers -\ That perches in the soul -\ And sings the tune without the words - And never stops - at all - \ And sweetest - in the Gale - is heard -\ And sore must be the storm -\ That could abash the little Bird\ That kept so many warm - \ I’ve heard it in the chillest land -\ And on the strangest Sea -\ Yet - never - in Extremity,\ It asked a crumb - of me." - Emily Dickinson
"[Acting is] the act of giving yourself over to once upon a time.” - Alan Rickman
"Beauty is not long hair, skinny legs, tanned skin or perfect teeth. Believe me. Beauty is the face of who cried and now smiles, beauty is the
Joie de Vivre and The Breakfast Club by SybilThorn, journal
Joie de Vivre and The Breakfast Club
So, I'm sure many of you are familiar with the quotation that I use in my signature:
"Its inevitable; when you grow up, your heart dies..." -The Breakfast Club.
Well, a Friend (who I shall refer to as Friend, since I didn't ask their permission to mention them :XD:) and I were talking a while ago about what this quote means to us and I thought that I might share my thoughts on the subject with all of my followers, since I do use the quote in my signature after all.
Below is what I wrote to Friend, edited slightly to exclude some of the more personal things I said to Friend, of course.
It is so much easier letting your heart die (growing u
Disabilities in Media: A Brief Subjective Analysis by SybilThorn, journal
Disabilities in Media: A Brief Subjective Analysis
I have used a wheelchair since I was 3; I am now 25. As a child, I yearned to see a reflection of myself in media and my parents went to great lengths to find any books, movies, and TV series that featured people with disabilities. I filled my mind with these characters and their stories, letting them inspire me to live life to the absolute fullest.
It was always a disappointment to me that there weren't many people like me shown in media, despite disabled individuals constituting the largest minority in the world (an estimated 1 out of every 5 people has some disability). Failure to include disabled individuals in any media portrayal of th